Another Pilot Down: The Artwork of George Gonzalez

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Thomas Dekker is such a cutie.

See what I mean.

Well I guess "Vicodin Blues" was a huge failure. All it ever got was one fav in DeviantART and that was from Karissa. Not even a single comment, nor a little critique. No mad props for writing an old Blues tune. (Watch me write the music to the poem soon.) Argh.. "Rape Your Rights" was sort of a failure too, despite being so damn proud of it. It got some recognition but I think it was because of the bitchfest I through in the description.

Maybe people like it when I bitch about shit? "An Accident" was a huge hit with the kids, and even though "Drained" got little to no recognition, JC thought it was the best one I've done so far. So that's cool. Needless to say though, I don't think I'll be releasing "Like The Asian Holocaust" this week seeing as I don't really have much motivation to finish it at the moment. Instead I'll be giving you all some more bad photography by yours truly.

What else? I don't know. I'm thinking of having a whole month dedicated to just releasing poems, but I maybe I shouldn't. *sigh* Who knows.


Juan C. Garcia said...

its DeviantArt.
filled with nude art, otakus, and people who suck at art. (Bleach stick people = 140 faves)

Your shit will always be great and I still admire the style you have. Its time for you to move on from DA and post in a community that appreciates Real Art.

Faingor said...

Yes, it is true that you should just move up from DeviantART. I'm not sure I can go back to that site... too much like high school, too many people playing favorites, too much sexism, etc. Probably better off just getting your actual website/portfolio known than comments/favorites from those forum-like sites.

Jorge Gonzalez said...

Yeah, I know what ya guys mean. That site has changed so much since I first joined or started to go on there. If things aren't sexist then they're anime. Great. Anime.

Needless to say, this whole anime thing is spreading to the LCC art classes as well. I guess. There just ain't a place for artists with voices anymore.